Pam Miles, MS
Pam has over 20 years of experience providing direct services to children and families. Since becoming the Executive Director of the Exchange Center she has greatly expanded our center-based trauma therapy programs and community-based prevention and education programs.
In addition, Pam developed and implemented our home and hospital-based parent support programs. Pam believes that serving a comprehensive system of care for improving outcomes for children and families must include strategies that coordinate resources across the entire continuum, from primary to secondary to tertiary prevention. Her passion to ensure that ALL children grow up in loving and nurturing homes that are safe and free from abuse is what drives her to reach outside of her comfort zone to raise much-needed funds for our agency’s mission.
Carolyn Money, MA, LPC
Carolyn is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a master's degree in counseling and bachelor's degree in psychology. She has eighteen years of experience working in hospital, community mental health agencies, testing, and college settings. In addition to counseling, Carolyn has experience as an adjunct psychology instructor. She currently provides individual counseling services and training in the community.
Kimberly Knight, MSW
Kimberly received her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Social Work from Troy University in Dothan. She provides prevention education and awareness throughout the counties in the Wiregrass area. In the school systems, she teaches age appropriate child sexual abuse classes, life skills, and bully prevention education to grades K-12. She says her life experiences drive her to excel in her position, which allows her to give back to her community. She is married with three children.
Shannon Welch, LICSW, PIP
Shannon is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Alabama State University and a Master’s degree in Social Work from The University of Alabama. Shannon has over 15 years of experience in the field of social services. She worked with the Alabama Department of Human Resources for eight years, first as a child welfare worker and later in the Financial Support division. Shannon has also worked as a therapist in the community mental health setting and provided in-home behavior management services to families involved with the juvenile probation system.
Katelyn Skipper, BS
Katelyn received her Bachelors in Human Services at Troy University in Dothan, Alabama. Katelyn is one of our Baby Whisperer's, which allows her to go into the hospitals and inform parents of the dangers of Shaking Baby Syndrome. Katelyn is able to teach parents effective ways to calm a newborn baby. She also is a Parental Support Specialist which allows her to go into the homes of families in the Wiregrass to provide a nurturing and stable home environment for children.
Masie, MSW, LMSW
Masie is a Licensed Master Social Worker in the state of Alabama and is currently receiving supervision toward her clinical license. Masie graduated from Troy University in 2019 with her Master of Social Work degree and began her career working with children and adolescents in an in-patient psychiatric setting. She then transitioned to outpatient community mental health where she worked as a child and adolescent therapist. Just prior to joining The Exchange Center, Masie worked with adults to assess and diagnose mental health, substance use, and co-occurring disorders and to recommend the most appropriate form of treatment.
Jennifer is a licensed professional counselor with a Master of Counseling and Psychology, with a focus on Clinical Mental Health from Troy University. Jennifer brings with her a diverse experience in serving both children and adults in both inpatient and outpatient treatment settings. Jennifer’s expertise ranges from providing trauma and substance abuse services to individual and group psychotherapy. Jennifer is extremely passionate about removing the stigma of trauma and helping both clients and the community to become more knowledgeable about the impacts of mental health, childhood trauma and domestic violence.